If it wasn't for SCORE, Kenny Soto says he wouldn't have graduated college with the valuable skills that have helped propel him early on in his career. Read more
The author offers an unusual approach to reducing the risk of starting a new business. The author analyzes his experience with a client and proposes a straightforward approach to building a company's financial model from start to finish.The author describes step-by-step the process how to validate the data while also demonstrating the reasons of why clients might face a problem of adapting SCORE spreadsheets to produce a reliable financial forecast.
Norm Beckert emphasizes the role of the employees in the high customer satisfaction. The author's recommendation is to treat the team members - he calls them Team Players - as partners by giving them key leadership roles and to reward them by using Profit Sharing Program.
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Choosing to start a business on the side is the best way to test a new way for making money by putting your skills to good use.
If it wasn't for SCORE, Kenny Soto says he wouldn't have graduated college with the valuable skills that have helped propel him early on in his career.
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